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Matthew Kelly -Hard questions deserve solid answers.
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7 reviews, 4.00 stars
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Recorded during Matthew's 2003 Christmas Series, Becoming the Best Version of Yourself reminds us that everything makes sense in relation to our essential purpose, and that, without a clear understanding of the purpose in our lives we find ourselves constantly in a cloud of confusion.
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6 reviews, 5.00 stars
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The Rhythm of Life: Living Every Day with Passion & Purpose
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3 reviews, 5.00 stars
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A Call to Joy: Living In The Presence of God
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2 reviews, 5.00 stars
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Mustard Seeds is a collection of short daily inspirations. Written during Matthew's travel from 1994 - 96, these brief reflections show the nature and focus of Kelly's interior life, and are designed to bring that same focus to our interior lives.
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1 reviews, 5.00 stars
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The Dream Manager is a remarkable story. The secret revealed within this story unveils the very core of what drives us as human beings not only in our work but also in every area of our lives. So whether you are the CEO of a large corporation or the leader of a small department, the principal of a school or a football coach, a parent struggling with the dynamics of teamwork within your family or an employee just looking to make sense of the work you do everyday... you are about to discover something that will change your life forever.
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1 reviews, 5.00 stars
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In Building Better Families, Kelly explores important issues by raising evocative questions: What makes a successful parent? Do you realize that your children are in the middle of a cultural war? What are the five things children really need? Are you asking your children the right questions? What are you teaching your children about work, money, food, exercise, body image, and sex? What are the priorities of your family culture?
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1 reviews, 5.00 stars
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